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pink and blue, In elje a to 6 yean 91.50 EACH
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rial li of extra fine quality, In pink and blue, with tllor
collar and tie; sl,es 4 tn 8 years & $2.00
10 to tt yean W iU.50
In Our Ready-To-Weqr Department
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I ferenl styles;
a Regular good value $3.00,
BJ Natural Flavour J
Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef
Corned Beef Hash
Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken
are Rome ol '
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hit I cnt tllmps far Mtihy's nU Alius vl th WuiM
Llbby, MoNollt a Llbby
SOLEMNLY DECLARE AND VOW
. i . ' ." .
McClanahan Is Nominated
For Delegate To
PLATFORM AMPTEI Will
SPECIAL LEPROSY PLANK
congratulate ourselves upon tho far-1 have been expended will become fruit-
leaching ffllth nnd steadfast murage ful sources of further expenditure fur
of William J llryau, the rccugnlzed repairs lone prior tn (lie redemption of
loader of the Democratic party, who, bonds Issued therefor In tills con
In the face of countless personal nnd'neetlon ne favor till' policy, on (Joy
political attacks, lias these many jenrn eminent account, of making loan op
kept the faith, fought In tliu open nnd iii-upitnttoiin for productive works only
pnved the way for fur-reaching re , milking provision under n general
forms of inestlmabla valuo to his fcl- l.oan Ait fm iion-piodurtlve loan
low-cltltoiis nnd posterity; nnd In thin funds secured by special tax.
runncctlou we express our high np-J Arrogant Executive
provnl of the patriotic record made byl We denounce the net Inn of the Ter
Dcmocrats In IhjIIi Houses of Congress I ltorl.il executive In arrogating to
In supporting meritorious measures himself tho right to set aside nnd Willi
urged by President Roosevelt when.'fy tuch Itenm In the last 'ferritin Inl
without their help, defeat aalti-l , iijipr oiirlatUm bill as did not, or do not.
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RED TADLC DAMASK. In nretty flowered designs. GO Ins.
wide '. 10( YD.
..TABLE DAMASK, In Red and Blue, an extra flno quality, In
block and floured patterns 00 d YD.
WHITE POINT D'EBPRIT NET, full 11-2 yds, wide, an ex-
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VISIT OUR MILLNCIIY DEPARTMENT. New Hat being
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Cor. Port and Brtanlo
WANT ANYONE. PHYSICIAN OR
NOT, TO BE ALLOWED TO AT
TEMPT CURES OF THE
When the ncmucintlc convention
was kept waiting for tho report of Hit.
Conimllteo on riutform uiul llesolu.
lions -yesterday afternoon It was cu-
tertnlnrd with speechen fiom Cuius !'.
lauken, who promised to give u tlejn
iidinlnlstrnllon of the dltlce of ShcrIK,
If elected, unit V. A. Kinney, who
H)kn at length In Ilnunll.ui on the liu
portnuio of getting a clean ticket.
Trent mndo u" humorous speech r
feriliiK l Ids Pint administration o.
his nlllcu ns County Treasurer, Ho
Imd lunl trouble, he said, because ju
had the Men Hint a man working on
the road for $1 n day hail as much right
to get hint money from tho Treasurer
nu a Supervisor, who did a little work
for $50 n month. He. had nlso had tliu
strange Idea-whlch displeased his Ite
publican friends very much, that when
the County owed n mail a dollar It
should give hint u hundnd cents. Ilu
had seen that this was done. He hoped
that tho voters would still see fit to
place him In otllco ns treasurer of tho
supervisor .viooro sain no consiuui
rd thn minority on tho Hoard of Sup
ervisors, olio out of seven. Many of
Ills friends had wanted him to make a
crap, but ho had not hccii the una of
lighting six nt one time. Ho had
therefore devoted bin time to tho best
Interests of the community, and had
seen that the laboring muu, Irrespec
tive of politics, got what was coining
to him. In this lie had assisted Trent.
such measiirea nt the hands of a lie
publican Congress upon matters vital
10 tho public welfare.
We deplore, tho conditions brought
iibout In this Territory through the
Ilepubllcan system of bosslsm and
spoils, resulting In the building up of
n political machine and Its attendant
lomblnutlons. n course of action In
vading Individual freedom of notion,
and lending to thn selection of unde
sirable "ring" candidates.
Land and Waier Policy
we ngam ucciaro tin: policy oi me
Ilepubllcan party In this Territory,
whereby largo nreas of land and Mil
uublo water rjghts are still being alien
meet with his personal approval, nnd
deny the right of such Kxocutlvo to
divert any fund specifically appropri
ated lu nny other came or purpose.
Wo pledge our candidate.) for the
legislature to the enactment of a di
rect primary Inw, tho hiltrfetlvu and ref
erendum Including the "Kecall" and
h'icIi other legislation as may be need
ed to put thn quietus on "draft" and
the "Machine" In this Territory.
Wo favor the establishment of an
Agricultural College, to bo maintained
ns other Agricultural Colleges are
maintained throughout the United
States, by Federal nnd Territorial up-
nted from the public domain for tho pioprlatlon, and not by leasing tho
win uso of wealthy cnrpor.it!onn uiul public land to corporations, as Indlc.it
persons already Kissc'e.l of ltrM ed In the Ilepubllcan platform recent-
tracts or land and privilege!, n po-l- ly adopted nt Wulluku.
live menace to the upbuilding of nn Wipe Out Offices
liiilrummelcd electorate In these 1st-1 Wo favor the abolition by the Con-
nmls, and we rhargo that Republicans gloss of the United States of tho ollito
of this Territory have up to this time of High .Sheriff nnd thai of Supcrln-
evidenced but little disposition In tendent of Public Works, with their
ndopt tho public land policy ndvorale.il accessories, blth being useless und
for this Territory by President Hook- undemocratic adJunctH of the public
velt In bis message, to tho Flfty-sirV- service, usurping functions that should
enth Congress, wherein he says: lho performed by County Officers, and
"In. Hawaii our nlm must be to do-' creating un expense which has uo Jus-
,. .. .... lfl..n.lnH
veioujJlie Territory on tue irauiiinnni
AmnBVin Miii Wo .In mil tt lull n rn. Public School
Klon of large estates tilled by cheat) I wc favor tho extension of tho public
labor; we wish a healthy American cuo01 system, to as to embrace a com.
roinmiinliv of men who tlicmselvtui prchonslvo course of niauual and ngrl
till the farms thpy own. All our lesls- Tmltural .training and nn elementary
Inlli.n fnr Die lalnnils shoillil hit sham-d course ill clVll government, tllUS In
with this end In view; the well-being Milling Into the youth of Ibis Terrl
nf in.. mernKo ham maker must uf. lory the principles of Industry nnd
fnnl Hio trim ifsl nf llm bealltiv ilevel. good tltlielisblp upon which the ftl
opmeiit of the Islands. Tho land pol-. Vlre welfare of this Territory so much
ley hiiuuiu ns nearly ns possiuie no u.i.,...a. ,,u n.u rw"
inodelcd on our homestends system." nloiis treatment given the teachers iA
... . .... r . tlm Tirvll,.p lit- II... 1 .Bliluln-d ..f
wo rnvor a new innu law mr ilia . u.j ... ii"
Territory of llawull on the lines nndl'J0 a ' ellmax to tho method of
wnbodylng the spirit of tho national retrenchment adopted by tho Bxeeu-
land laws to be enforced by the l'el- ll"" of tho Tenltory during 130. Wo
rral (lovernment. as recommended by 'or making ralarles In all depart-
the last Senntnrlnl Commission tn Its "" of the ilovernment rommensur-
report to tho Congress of tliu United "' '' Ihe services to bo rendered.
Htntes. (page 82 thereof), believing Citizen Labor
that tho abuses heretofore and now ex- We favor u strict enforcement of the
luting in the administration of tho cltlicn labor and eight hour laws, rou-
present Inw will In that way best bo pled with a mlulinum waxo'of One Unl-
lie promlkecl tma If ho wern reuum-
Infiti.il hw umilil iltivfiti. hla IIhih In llitt
best Inteiests of tho Democratic parly. 'Republican Denounced
locln Klaknhl, landldato for Itepre- We denounce tho plntrorm uttei
scntatlvo of tho Kimrtli Ulstrlit. spoke ' Hie Territorial Ilepubllcan or-
n llawa an. Hen Naukana of wo a-iH""'""'"" '" "i"'l' .-'
lua, H. K. Hul ot Walanne, S. K, Kaloa
mid J, K. Apunkehau ulso made Ha
T. H, DAVIES & COMPANY, Limited,
Wholesale Distributors. .
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
O. B. REYNOLDS,
767 ALAKEA STREET NEXT BAIL 6R8' HOME.
Al 3:2' tho l'lutform Committee re
ported. Tim ncmocintlc platform for
the (iimpulgn follows:
Honolulu. T. II.. Heptetuber 'Jttli. I'JOU.
'lo the ('huh muu mid Membeis of the
Deiiioeratlu Teriltori.il Convention
(leiillemen; Your Ciiminllten on
I'lntform berowith beg to submit their
leporl, uh follows:
We, Hie lepieseiitnllves of tho Dem
ocratic paily of Hawaii, In louveiilloii
(iHsepibled, do hen by lu-nltlrm our al-
legiaiitn to thu National Democratic
tirgaulzatlou uud tho principles of tho
Democratic party, und wc hereby en
dorse, the application of thesu prin
ciples by our party leaders In dealing
with IniHts, lomhliien uud other maul
lull) evils brought about by Ihe rapid
eneioaehmeiitH of organized capital up
on llin rights, freedom of nilioii uud
safeguuiiU of the Individual.
Wn iniigratillate 1'iesldent Itoot.e.
velt for rising above his patty mid tho
leaders, of bis parly lu upplylng to Hie
public servlio mid to roipuratlous and
IriislH the checks nnd regulations du
mandril by tho Democratic: parly since
JS'Jli, then publicly denouiued uud mix
Kicielly cipjiosed by tho leadera of thu
Ilepubllcan puily, but Htlll moru'do we
lur und l'lfly Ucnta (ILUl) Der dny nn
nil publir works.
Wo commend tho action ot tbo Unit
ed States In establishing a Federal Sta-
..... n-...u. u.. it,... j enhiiiinn. lion for Inaiilrv into tho causes of nnd
lions of Capital, nud omendment of the l I'OsMble cure for l-eproiy, at Kalau
Organic Act In relation to Public Pf". nnd favor such liberal approprlu-
I.aiids, us mere platitudes, opposed sc ' mm iuu rviiuiruiucuu u
lho nollcv of tbo nartv leaders, nml.tho people there detained. We favor
oilriiiniivi ic iirceltH Die electors. The the erection of a Suspect Hospital at
constant reiteration of these so called io convenient point adapted to the
principles by said part).
luniixi, iiuiii iiuiiuiiui' unci iwvui, ccu'i , - " f . . .; ------
sldered In connection with their cou-'Umo us the nature, of their disease has
stunt uud repealed falluru to "mako u '" iieieriuiiii
giHxl when the npiiurtuniiy nresenia , "y ir aun
Itself, tan only subjeil lho Itepublltuu
party and lis representatives to Ihe
scorn mid disbelief ot all houeM. elect
Wit again cjii auciiuoii to me iaie
'We pledge our candidates (o tho
Legislature, tn a renewal ot the appro
priations for former Queen I.llluol.n
lanl, nnd our Delegato to Congress to
Introduce and Mipport a measure look'
lug to a Federal appropriation (or tho
pujmeut lo her of a lump uum In set
lire of The Republican legislature to' r,t ,,r a 1 ex sill K claims o I cr
make a iiwipportlonment of Tcrrllor-1 ", "' nU M"1"" tlnl", " "ef
lul HcnatorH uud (tepresentatlves.
requlreil by cnupler J, ueiiion bb, oi
tliu Organic Act,
Tliu uppiicaiioii or iuu county aii,
passed by thn legislature of 1100,
ilemoiistiates that there Is still much
to bit diMlied. both us to local self-
government und economy ot adminis
tration. Wc pledge our laiullilsles for
IJIchteeu monthg' experience under
lho liquor law passed by tho Legisla
ture of 190& lias proven the measure
a dlsgruco lo this Territory. Tho In
disci Imlnate Issuing of licenses there-'
under has created conditions without
a jurallel under Ihe American flag a
blot on our civilization and a spectacle
ihe Legislature lo u careful rovlslou of " nsiinmeii oi. w e pieuge our i.eg.
the Ait und lo hucIi additions as wll Islallve tandldates to tho enactment ot
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack haul and ship youi
foods and lave you nionty.
Dealcti in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick W-uehouie, J 26 Kin? St. Phone Main 58
P. E R. Strauch
13600. On account of departure for
Chicago, 1 otter for sale tliu beauti
ful residence ot Mr. Chuck Hoy at
Kamehameha IV. Unad at HALV
COST, This 11-room building Is
modern finished throughout, with
large, spacious verandahs. Flno
Lawns, I tarn ornamental and fruit
trees and a constant cool breeze
maku this plarn a most attractlvo,
deslrnblo and healthy residence.
Burvant houses, wash bouse, large
Htables and rliUkcn mns. Lot Is
170 x 210, Only ono block from car.
Small Cottage on Vineyard Rt, near
Cunha I-nuc. Walking dlstanco for
school and business. First comes
first servpd, k
And oilier bargains.
W.ITY BLDQ. 74 8. KINO STREET.
bring It lo lli3 American standard, in
eluding among oilier things, u provi
sion for the establishment In each
County of u Recording CMlre, mid the
election of a Ciuuty Recorder.
Wn believe lho Hystcm of taxation
lu vogue In this Territory Is Incrcan
luiily inlnulloiis nnd burdensome, un-
sciontillc uud expensive lu its applica
tion. Thu platform statement ot the
Kepiibllraii isitly on this subject Is
nun of evuslon und piocrusllnutiou un
der conditions that tcuulru uctlou. Wo
declare fnr an Immediate adjustment
of thu tux laws, creating elective as-
fiiessors in each County, with right of
appeal from assessments to I lie coun
ty rluncrvisors silting us a lax uppcul
board; iitsessun lit rolls to lie placed
with Couuty Tiensurer for lollecllou,
together with all llieiues issued In thu
County; Territorial expenditures to ho
met by a perciutagu of receipts from
Educating Aliens i
Wu favor limiting sources of taxa
tion to land values, and graduated in
toinn Inx, believing these lo bo llin
simplest of application mid least ex
pensive lu collection, while they tax
Industry In Ihe ratio as It Is benefited.
Hut In this connection deilarn that llio
hm den of ediiiallng aliens In our pub
lic schools has grown to such propor
tions (hat provisions should be liiaclci
whereby Ihoiu thus beucllled shall be
illicitly taxed therefor.
Forced Sale '
We demand an enactment covering
foricd siilca ot properly for Isxch, or dldales for the Legislature in the pas
uuilor moitgago foreclosure mid 10 ,Kigo of n law permitting the treatment
n law that will check uud regulate Ihe
piesent unbridled mid crime-Inviting
methods of selling liquor and that will
result lu the giving or licenses lo civ
Izciih only, thu discretion of Issuing lic
enses to bo placed ill tho bands of tliu
wo rnvor au amenumeni or ino ex.
Istlng law so that the Income lax ot
corporations shall be puyable In the
County whero tho llicouio producing
properly Is located.
We declare In favor of a sufficient
Territorial appropriation for the pur
lose of assisting in the maintenance
of the work of the Hawaii Promotion
Money for Health
Relieving that the health ot our peo
Pie Is all-Important, and that our com
mene should be protected and built
up lu every possible manner, we favor
liberal uppropiiatiou tor health pur
IHitcs, and pledge our representatives
In tho Territorial legislature to use
their best endeavors to obtain such ap
propilallons. Helving Implicitly upon tho sound
nesi of the principles above set forth,
nnd upon the Justice ami Intelligence!
of the masses, we present this plulfonu
to the people of the Territory as Hie
expression of lho Democratic: parly on
local Issues and earnestly Invoke the
active support of all lu Its vlndlcatlou
That wn direct mm pledge our run
.... at.. .H- ..... .-.,-...,.. .... .,
tin iiic i.i-i Mim I'liimAijiuji in' -cull)
of the notional land laws In be rnfoirct(
nnd earned out by (ho IVderal (lot
eriituenf ns tetommcuded, etc
llarry Jtten moved lo adopt tin re
port an amended.
Mcheuln offered an amendment
pledging tho candidate to support
legislation encouraging research for
'the finding of n cure for lopriny
i:mmciutu raid the I nlled Ktates
had done Ji'st this by establishing Ihe
eproarlum nt Kalaup.iju. He thought
It would hardly be courteous for Ihe
territory to make an attempt lu this
direction under lho circumstances The
United Stales would spare no eii.inse
mid would look after the work more
thoroughly than Hie Territory poi-lbly
inuld. He hoped Meheuht would with
draw the amendment.
weed supported the amendment, as
thu arrogance ot the Hoard of Health
Is something llcri" and should be step
ped upon," ho snld. "1 nivself know
for u fact that leprosy inn bo cund, .
hut Just because n person Is not a
medical giadiiatc no attention M paid !
lo bl in The Idea Is awful bosh." I
Mehcula referred to the fact that a I
certain mnn hud nskid permission to,
try his cure nt lho settlement, but his
request had been rt fused by the Hoard '
of Health and even by Dr llrllikerhoif
Sam Kaloa endorsed the nmetnliiieiit,
ns It hud been demonstrated Dial lho
Hoard of Health had done nil It could
lo block lUH'Stlxatluns lo cine tho dis
ease. Kmmiluth said that Meheula's
amendment would fall of bis purpose.
It should read Hint there should be a
law that aiivouo tould be called to
lro.it' such cases.
Willi this amendment Meheuln'a
amendment was tarried nud the plat
form was adopted as amended.
The next order ot business was the
consideration ot thn nomluitlon for
Delegate to Congress.
Bam Kaloa nominated K. II. .MiClau-ahan.
Win. Knae nominated W. A. Kinney,
who said that In view ot existing obli
gations ho was under hit eoutd not ac
cept, but he would surrender his part
ner to the convention.
Harry Juen asked If Kinney tould
speak for .McClanahan, if be would nc
tept. Klnuey said ho would not speak.
11 would bo best lo nominate McClan
ahan mid adjourn before he heard of
Nominations closed and tho Secre
tary was Instructed, under wild ap
plause, lo cast a ballot for McClan
ahan, Prendergast moved that the various
rcnntorlul districts make their own
nominations for territorial committee
men. Kldd snld that he understood that
Maul had sent mi delegates, and under
this Maul would be cut out. McCarthy
said this was covered under the rides
do that Maul tould nominate her rhnlcu
Getting up Slate
A recess wus taken for 10 minutes to
allow the illlterent delegations to con
fer. The meeting time bioko up In
various small knots, among which one.
In which John Kmmeliith. Curtis lau
ken. It. llovcrly Kldd and other prom
inent Democratic- demagogues were.
waH particularly conspicuous. During
tills McClunahaii airlvecl, nud was re
telved with wild cheers uud a storm
At tho end of the "ten" mlniilej.
which were morn like half nn hour,
the names ot the Territorial commit
teemen were announced by districts
Fourth District Flrso Precinct. John
Klaloa. It. 11. Kldd; Second, W, A.
Kinney; Third. C. U Ilhodes; 4th. 0.
V. laukea; Fifth. Alhorl Kauwe; Sixth,
J. Kmmeliith and V. W. Weed; Sev
enth, M. A. Sllva; Ninth D. N. Kahule
puna nud M. Palau.
Fifth District First und Second
Precincts. W. K. Opua; Third, D. Nao-
Iwl; Foiiith, It. L. (llllllnnd: Fifth nud
Blxth, P. K. Kapano; Seventh, J. h.
Knhalcauhu: Klghth, Frank Harvey;
Ninth, A. (I. Kanneglesfer; Tenth,
John Prendergast; I lth, J. W. Illpl-
konc: Twelfth. W. II. McClellnn; Thir
teenth, Kd. L. lake. i
First District First Precinct, C M.
I Hlond; Second, J. M. Kauwllii;
Third, It. Iloss; Fouutli, J. Kwallko,
Fifth. 0. W. A. Kalelliqa; Sixth, II. P.
K. Ilahulanl; Seventh, J. A. M. Osorlo;
Klghth, John Kalllpuleole; Ninth. II.
S. K. Nc; Tenth, (5. K. Stlllmau; Klov
enth, I). Alawu; Twelfth. Isaac Kllll;
Thirteenth, Chak. Ke; Fourteenth, J.
L. Kawehlwchl: Flfleenth, II, l.itwu
liote; Sixteenth, Kapelo Kamana.
TO MOVE TO THE STORE
at the con. or TORT
will be In action at the old
atsre until the last minute. '
& Co.. Ltd.
How to Sleep Well
WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND
BEST-ASSORTED STOCK IN
) OUR PRICES ARE BEDROCK
5t X K 5( u. M )i tt )i X H V X )ti A K X
Coyne Furniture Co.
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
Lacks one thing that
disagreeable odor left
on the clothes by the
other kind of laundry .
Works Co , Ltd.
F. U WALDRON, Agent.
OF ALL KINDS.
Tho Mercantile Printing Co. Is now
located over the Hawaiian News on
Men hunt St. Robert Orlcve's old
stand, Everybody welcome.
DuIhi It Luaber and Cvu
QUEEN ST., :: '
M. W. McCHESNEY & S0N8,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING, PAPER HANOINQ AN
133S Nuuanu St., below Honolulu Hotel
Pin Job Printing at the Bulletin.'
gwrm n-csaatsmm rtwm s
i, - i r
piovldi) for the reilemptlou of same
within n reasonable time.
Wn view with deep concern tho to
tal absence of provisions In tho llsenl
system of tho Territory for meeting in
terest on mid thoTedemption of bonds
when same shall fall dun.. We charge,
that iindr the prevailing practice)
luany non-revenue producing Improve
ments for which loan appropriations
by others limn licensed phiulclan of
those afflicted with leprosy,
K. M. WATSON. Cfcalrraan,
I). K. Metzker, Secretary,
Committee on Plat form.
After the reading of tho report Sec
rotary Kminelulh said that nn error
bad crept Into it, whero II spoke about
tint land laws. t was Intended to linvu
It read ns follows; "We ravor a new
laud law for tho Territory of Hawaii
If you can get your clothes made to your Individual measure for
th same price a you pay for ready-to-wear truck, wouldn't you
take the opportunity? We charge the same aa the ready-to-wear
people, but we give satisfaction.
Our suit for S25. are beyond ccmparlton n this town.
GeOe'A. Martin, HX.S.RnEET'